Jeremy Ron SS17
Fun scrolling portfolio (feat. Pikachu!) for artist Jeremy Ron.
A bold layout, clean typography, good use of colour and loads of clever interactions make for a great site for Forward Festival.
Macau Design Biennial
A well-considered, solid site for the 11th Macau Design Biennial. Lots of nice touches and nothing over too the top.
Internet is very much his business
We don't know who Daniel J Harvey is, what he does, or if he's any good at it, but none of that matters now.
This great little microsite picks one photo from the exhibition it's promoting and creates an interactive 3D landscape based on the image's data.
A site full of little touches from the silky transitions to the logo come loading bar.
Big bold type and cursors work together with a range of animated rollovers to make up this nice portfolio for studio Schoener.
Audio is a must for this one. The ambience through oscilloscope sounds imperative in helping contextualise the fashion stylist's work.
Dublin Science Gallery
Bold colours and rollovers with sound and audio.
New Art Dealers
A striking simplification of imagery on the homepage of the NADA site.
Inter Graphic View
With rolling maps and multi speed column scrolling make Inter Graphic View a great site to explore.
By playing with scale this site for Odette Muijsers creates a charming scroll effect.
This is a charming holding page for Hamburg designer Lukas Esser. Be sure to check out the PDF portfolio tucked inside.